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Madlib

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Madlib, nome artístico de Otis Jackson, Jr., (Oxnard, California, 24 de outubro de 1973), é um DJ, multi-instrumentista, rapper, e produtor musical.
É um dos mais prolíficos produtores de Hip-hop norte americano de 2000, conforme a crítica local. Colaborou com diversos artista do gênero, seja produzindo, atuando ou compondo, entre eles, The Alkaholiks, Mos Def, De La Soul, Ghostface Killah, Talib Kweli, A.G., MF DOOM, e o produtor e MC, J Dilla (como Jaylib). Madlib se considera primeiramente um DJ, e depois, um produtor, e MC por último, e junto isto, conduzindo suas atividade técnicas como remixer dos itens anteriores. Madlib foi influenciado por uma crescente geração de produtores e músicos, que criou estilos abstratos a partir do ano de 2000.

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  • jksterup

    @djb1993djb "would you honestly be ok attending a museum entirely comprised of stolen artworks? do you honestly not see what is wrong with that?" See: Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, and Jasper Johns, just to name a few. Artistic appropriation existed long before sampling. In fact, I would argue that sample-based music bears less resemblance to the original produced work than do works by those celebrated visual artists. But then visual art is the "high art" of museum galleries, which means Warhol and Co. are allowed to appropriate whatever they want. Hip hop is "low art" of the streets, so when those artists appropriate other people's works they're "stealing."

    29 Out 1h35 Responder
  • Aristoxenous

    @djb1993djb - I don't argue with trolls.

    28 Out 6h17 Responder
  • djb1993djb

    aristoxenous, at this point you are quite evidently flailing in lieu of providing a proper counterargument, and i find your bigoted language intolerably indecorous, regardless of your position on the matter of madlib's "music". sorry bout your poor taste in all walks of life, man. :-(

    26 Out 4h05 Responder
  • Aristoxenous

    @djb1993djb - You don't know what you're talking about. You're speaking along subjective guidelines when in fact you don't know shit about sampling. You don't know the art form and you don't know the legality behind it. And I'm sure you've never produced in your goddamn life, so at this point you're just trolling. Do everyone a favor by shutting the fuck up and stop polluting Madlib's page. Faggot.

    26 Out 0h06 Responder
  • djb1993djb

    that's right. i know what i'm talking about, fuccboi

    24 Out 2h46 Responder
  • shaolin86

    @djb1993djb yet he's one of the most played artists in your library, along with MF DOOM, another "thief"... hmmmm...

    22 Out 20h06 Responder
  • djb1993djb

    would you honestly be ok attending a museum entirely comprised of stolen artworks? do you honestly not see what is wrong with that? the whole culture of sampling is deplorable.

    22 Out 19h00 Responder
  • djb1993djb

    people like madlib fans need to search within themselves and identify the exact source that has corrupted their understanding of what it means to own something. Listening to this music is tantamount to implicit cooperation and conspiracy with the systematic theft of hundreds of honest artists.

    22 Out 18h58 Responder
  • djb1993djb

    i pray for the day listeners come to their senses and understanding madlib to be the apotheosis of the "fraud producers"-- the ultimate pilferer, vulture, and degenerate of contemporary music. ultimately madlib pilfers for the pure sake of theft in itself: a wholly repugnant and reprehensible poetics and body of work

    20 Out 5h16 Responder
  • ricz_dm

    @OcellatedGod low quality bait. Try harder

    16 Out 4h32 Responder
  • eatmangos

    he's a multi-instrumentalist :) http://youtu.be/l8x5gGDONs8

    22 Set 22h25 Responder
  • jack_rae

    @OcellatedGod Yesterday's New Quintet? Also, sampling isn't vandalising you melon

    21 Set 16h56 Responder
  • eatmangos

    @OcellatedGod so you are like your own special variety of stupid

    20 Set 16h14 Responder
  • KsiadzTomasz

    'The Beats' - review in polish / polska recenzja: http://pudlozplytami.blog spot.com/2014/09/recenzja-madlib-beats-our-vinyl-weights_15.html (po usunięciu spacji w linku)

    15 Set 15h40 Responder
  • WuMember

    u don't know about sampling, so probably stfu and don't litter this page.

    7 Set 23h56 Responder
  • OcellatedGod

    Homie needs to learn to play an instrument and stop vandalizing other people's music.

    7 Set 22h39 Responder
  • doomaddicts

    Rock Konducta is something special

    7 Set 0h53 Responder
  • WuMember

    still the best

    24 Ago 23h51 Responder
  • Gaffes

    He could've been easily among the greats of the Golden Age hip hop.

    20 Ago 19h52 Responder
  • bennoperro

    definition of dopeness

    5 Ago 17h25 Responder
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